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Brochures are displayed at the Alaska Division of Elections office in Anchorage, Alaska, detailing changes to elections this year on Jan. 21, 2022. Alaska elections will be held for the first time this year under a voter-backed system that scraps party primaries and sends the top four vote-getters regardless of party to the general election, where ranked choice voting will be used to determine a winner. No other state conducts its elections with that same combination. (AP Photo/Mark Thiessen)

Alaska Supreme Court upholds ranked-choice voting

The Supreme Court of Alaska upheld a new election system after an unsuccessful attempt to block it. The new system eliminates the need for party primaries and replaces them with one single primary in which all candidates will appear on a ballot regardless of party affiliation.



What comes next after Supreme Court strikes down OSHA vaccine mandate?

The Supreme Court struck down Joe Biden’s OSHA vaccine mandate, essentially saying the executive branch does not have the authority to issue such a rule. That mandate would have affected an estimated 84 million workers employed by companies with 100 employees or more people. OAN’s Stella Escobedo caught up with California attorney David Wohl for more on what this means.